Daiwa Lexa WN Baitcasting Reels

Daiwa Lexa WN Baitcasting Reels

Featuring a WINN Grip Custom Handle Knob, Magforce Cast Control, and an Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag (MAX 25lb.)

$129.99 - $249.99
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Model
TD Code
Gear RatioHandleRetrieveMono Capacity
(Lb. Test / Yards)
Braid Capacity
(Lb. Test / Yards)
Max Drag (lbs.)Weight (oz.)Price
LEXA-WN300HSL-P
DAI-2603
7.1:1Power HandleLeft-Hand12/240
14/190
40/240
55/180
2210.5Reg Price $199.99Our Price $129.99
LEXA-WN300HSL
DAI-2606
7.1:1Paddle HandleLeft-Hand12/240
14/190
40/240
55/180
2210.5Reg Price $199.99Our Price $129.99
LEXA-WN300H
DAI-2605
6.3:1Paddle HandleRight-Hand12/240
14/190
40/240
55/180
2210.5$199.99 USD
LEXA-WN400HSL-P
DAI-2600
7.1:1Power HandleLeft-Hand17/245
20/190
55/300
80/200
2515.3$249.99 USD
LEXA-WN300HS
DAI-2604
7.1:1Paddle HandleRight-Hand12/240
14/190
40/240
55/180
2210.5$199.99 USD
LEXA-WN400H
DAI-2597
6.3:1Paddle HandleRight-Hand17/245
20/190
55/300
80/200
2515.3$249.99 USD
LEXA-WN400HL
DAI-2598
6.3:1Paddle HandleLeft-Hand17/245
20/190
55/300
80/200
2515.3$249.99 USD
LEXA-WN400HS-P
DAI-2599
7.1:1Power HandleRight-Hand17/245
20/190
55/300
80/200
2515.3$249.99 USD
LEXA-WN400PWR-P
DAI-2601
5.1:1Power HandleRight-Hand17/245
20/190
55/300
80/200
2515.3$249.99 USD
LEXA-WN300HS-P
DAI-2602
7.1:1Power HandleRight-Hand12/240
14/190
40/240
55/180
2210.5$199.99 USD

Daiwa Lexa WN Baitcasting Reels feature a WINN Grip Custom Handle Knob, Magforce Cast Control, and an Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag (MAX 25lb.)

Daiwa Lexa WN Baitcasting Reel

  • WINN Grip Custom Handle Knob
  • Magforce Cast Control
  • Ultimate Tournament Carbon Drag (MAX 25lb.)
  • CRBB
  • Swept Handle
4.5 Stars based on 8 reviews
By David
East Islip, NY
Sweet
January 9, 2020
Great Lexa product. Perfect fit and the wyn grip is amazing.
By Aldis
,latvia
Super light weight!
April 2, 2019
This reel is a dream to own. had mine for about a year haven't had any issues with it.
ProsSmooth. good drag. feels solid.
By Justin
California
Great reel
March 17, 2019
Not as smooth casting as the Tranx but still very smooth! I’d buy another! This thing is a workhorse for a low profile reel. Just got a slightly undersize sturgeon yesterday on it and the drag handled the run great. It had much more drag available and if I wanted I could have cranked it down and winched it straight to the boat.
ProsBuild quality Ton of drag! Smooth Cast assist works great Low profile
ConsNone
By StriperSniper
Albany, GA.
Sticky Bail
December 28, 2018
I purchased the Daiwa LEXA-WN300H Lexa 300 WN Baitcasting Reel as a gift for myself. I had debated between this reel and the Shimano Tranx 300. I choose the Daiwa due to the magnetic force control. without having to resort to removing the side plate to adjust the magnets(Which you have to do on the Shimano Tranx 300). After spooling it with line, I was adjusting the spool tension to my specific lure weight. Several times, 7 out 20 attempts, the bail remained open when attempting to retrieve line. I took the new real down to the river, and casted about 30 times. Fortunately the bail did not fail. Hopefully the previous failures were a fluke, although one other customer commented that they had this same problem. Will update my review after a few days of use. As for now, I will recommend this reel.
ProsExterior magnetic backlash control
ConsSticky bail.
By TK
SAN DIEGO, CA
High Performance, Questionable Reliability
November 8, 2018
1st use out in Baja Mexico and killed a bunch of Cabrilla, mid grade Yellowtail, Dorado and small tuna with ease. Only issue is the cast button is already sticking and needs to be sent back to Daiwa for warranty fix. Let's hope it holds up once I get it back.
ProsWeight, cranking power, casts well
ConsConstruction
By Reef E.
Stuart, Fl
Go Big or Go Home!
November 8, 2018
Beach Perfect.....Put it on a 8 Ft rod, and your good to go all the way out to the second bar. This reel is smooth!
By Michael
Westfield, NJ
Great reel
December 30, 2017
This is a great reel, I enjoy the power handle that is on this reel, very grippy. The reel is easy to cast and also has a lot of drag and it's very smooth.
ProsGreat handle, smooth, strong drag
Consnone
By John
Long Island NY
Awesome reel smooth operation
December 24, 2017
Excellent smooth operation with plenty of drag!!! Great looking and very comfortable!!!!
ProsVery smooth drag system with plenty of strength!!!!
ConsNone
6 Questions & 6 Answers
andy pincince
from RI asked:
January 8, 2018
Is the reel with 2 knobs called a paddle or power handle?
1 Answer
The two knob is always a paddle handle while one knob is a power handle.
Submitted by: Bernie on January 8, 2018

dan
from fl asked:
December 10, 2017
What is the line capacity on the 3 and 400
1 Answer
Hello Dan, in the link you'll see the Line specs for all the Daiwa Lexa reels. http://www.daiwa.com/us/contents/reels/LEXATYPE/index.html
Submitted by: Bernie on December 11, 2017

Roger
from Newport beach california asked:
April 8, 2019
Have you attempted to spool up the 300 hsp model at your workshop? I bought one and the guys said he could only get 120 yds of 50lbs j braid, but the website says 180 yds of 55 lbs
1 Answer
Daiwa line rating goes by their Samurai Braided Line which is thinner than the J-Braid. If it says 180 yards of 55 its would be more like 40 rather than 55 due to the different diameters. 
Submitted by: Rebecca Redington on April 16, 2019

Tyler Doherty
from Massachusetts asked:
February 1, 2019
Will the 300 size match a 7ft shimano teramar north east, the medium heavy, 1-4oz
1 Answer
Yes that reel size would pair well with that rod.
Submitted by: Ricky on February 4, 2019

eric
from NY asked:
March 28, 2018
Plan on using this reel on the boat in long island, fishing for fluke, sea bass and porgies. Is St Croix TIC70MHF match
1 Answer
The TIC70MHF rod would be a solid match pairing it with Daiwa Lexa WN reels fishing for Fluke, Seabass and Porgies. The rod will provide a good amount of flex and still has the backbone you need to leverage some big fluke into the boat.
Submitted by: Donald on March 28, 2018

Frank
from Charleston SC asked:
December 15, 2017
Does this reel have a synchronized level wind?
1 Answer
According to Daiwa the Daiwa Lexa WN Baitcasting Reels have a synchronized level wind.
Submitted by: Donald on December 15, 2017

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